UA Dancers Recreate 1956 Classic

From The Tuscaloosa News: In the world of classical dance, clear lines link then and today. Dancers still study Balanchine; they continue to go en pointe for “Swan Lake” or “Giselle.”

Contemporary dance instruction hasn’t remained as fixed to tradition, which is why Cornelius Carter, director of the dance program at the University of Alabama, pushed to re-stage José Limón’s ”There is a Time” for the Alabama Repertory Dance Theatre, UA’s pre-professional company in-residence.

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